Site Development | Clearing
Clearing operations typically commence with a cut down machine that trims all of the timber from the tall trees located within the project’s limits. The site is then cleared of the associated stumps, along with small trees and underbrush. The remaining terrain is raked with a root rake to remove any remaining debris prior to earthwork operations.
The cut down material is hauled off-site for further utilization. The remaining material may be ground down and relocated for other uses, left on-site to be buried in approved bury sites or burned for total disposal.
Clearing materials removed to an off-site location are always conscientiously utilized for an environmentally resourceful purpose. This can include converting the materials into landscape mulch, dimensional lumber, paper production and/or electrical power generation.